Monthly Archives: December 2010

Happy Holidays

Holidays are such a wonderful time to re-connect with family and friends. I had a chance to travel with my daughter-in-law’s father over the Christmas holiday.  We went to White Sands National Monument to experience a different kind of Nature. … Continue reading

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Human identity

4. Human beings fight, argue, and go to war over their beliefs, opinions, and interpretations (see a few basics) This should be fairly obvious.  More lives have been lost to religious wars and differences of opinion than to any other … Continue reading

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The truth

Monday, back to work, which in this case means human nature, and number: 3. No one has access to the truth (see “a few basics”) This may seem obvious, but regardless, every human being, at times, behaves as if their … Continue reading

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A little bit of other

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A deeper dive

My previous  post, “the basics”, covered a lot of territory.  Let’s break down each of the points more specifically, starting with   1. “dogs bark, humans interpret” The essential point here is that interpretation is as automatic and reflexive to … Continue reading

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A few basics

Dogs bark, humans interpret, judge, assess, value, and believe; Humans often act as if their interpretations and beliefs are the truth; No one has access to the truth, except of course, yours truly (that’s a joke in case you couldn’t … Continue reading

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Hello

Welcome to Nature. Right now I am learning how to navigate and utilize this new medium, but once I figure it out, I will begin posting some provocative suggestions, and questions for us to examine together. You can also count … Continue reading

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